Spanish Parellada is a white wine grape variety primarily grown in the Catalonia region of northeastern Spain. It’s one of the three key grapes used to produce Cava, Spain’s renowned sparkling wine, along with Macabeo and Xarel-lo. Parellada contributes delicacy and finesse to the blend, as well as subtle citrus and floral aromas. It is also used to produce still white wines, which are light-bodied and fresh, with flavours of apple, pear, and a hint of spice. If you’re looking for a light, refreshing, and subtly aromatic white wine, Spanish Parellada could be an appealing option for you.